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Check out this student-led video straight outta Salt River High School about the importance of school attendance, strategies to help students get to school and an exciting incentive opportunity for all SRHS students during the final 28 days of school!
Be sure to also visit Attendance Works for more information about the importance of school attendance at all levels. 




Sports News

 2017 Spring Sports Schedules


Monday, April 17, 2017

Tuesday, April 18

Thursday, April 20

  • Varsity Baseball @ Western School of Science & Technology -- [This game has been cancelled and will not be played.]
  • Varsity Softball @ Foothills Academy, 4 pm
  • JH Girls Basketball vs. Legacy Traditional—Maricopa, 4 pm

Saturday, April 22


SRHS Athletics Update 4/13/2017

JH Girls basketball is currently on a nine-game winning streak and is ranked #1 overall in the Canyon Athletics Association with 10 wins and 1 loss. The girls have three games left in the regular season before starting the 16-team state tournament on April 29. Seeding for the tournament will be announced after the end of the regular season and the championship game will be hosted by Veritas Prep, 6 pm, on Saturday, May 6; the semi-final games on May 4 with times and location TBA.

Varsity softball is coming off a 23-8 senior night win vs. Girls Leadership Academy on Tuesday. The victory takes the Lady Eagles to  4-5 on the season under first-hear head coach Robert Villegas. Seniors playing on senior night were met with gifts by family, friends and the school, and seniors Jayshiree Nodman, Nicole Melendez and Nazhonii Leos were introduced and escorted to the field pre-game for recognition in front of their home crowd. With three games remaining on the schedule, varsity softball is on the outside looking in for a state tournament berth.


Varsity baseball has struggled this season and has feel to 1-10 on the season. A youthful squad has been anchored by freshman Sabin Miguel pitching and sophomore Jacob Schurz and Melvin Tso splitting time behind the plate. Senior Taden Peck is playing first base while a rotation of young players are filling in around the diamond. The Eagles have three games remaining on their schedule with senior night scheduled for next Tuesday, April 18, at home versus Skyline. First pitch is set for 4 pm.  

The JH and varsity track teams have an impressive 20+-person turnout under first-year head coach, Katy Wilson. Senior standout Brandon Ventour has jumped 6 feet 7 inches to lead the state and is winning 1st place in other events while freshmen Sabin Miguel is placing in the distance events, Jacob Schurz and Sebastian Reyes-Carmelo in the throwing events, Kiona Sumral in the hurdles on the girls side along with April Wahpeta and Nazhonii Leos in the throws. The junior high team is also working hard and showing improvements each day, said Wilson.


SRHS 2017 Athletics Photos 

Junior High Ba’ag wrestling club takes 4th place in Florence tournament.
Sophmore Jacob Schurz watches James Madison’s pitcher warm-up from the dugout.
Senior Taden Peck bats with  Junior James Thomas on deck.  
Junior Emilio Garcia defeats Sophomore Jacob Schurz in heat 1 of the men’s 200m race.


All-State Eagles

Congratulations to the following Salt River High School basketball players who were selected to the 2017 Canyon Athletic Association All-State Basketball Teams!

All-State team players are nominated and voted on by the association of head coaches throughout the state and only 10 players are selected per division. Here are your basketball All-State team members representing Salt River High School:

CAA Division I Boys Basketball

10th Grade Guard Jacob Schurz


CAA Division II Girls Basketball

10th Grade Guard McKenzie Dockerty

11th Grade Forward Desiree Pacheco








Salt River Schools #LoveTheBus!

February may be coming to an end, but our love for the Salt River Schools' buses and bus drivers is year-round! The American School Bus Council celebrates its annual #LovetheBus campaign every February and this year Salt River Schools took part to show our drivers how much we appreciate them and their commitment to student safety. Check out this video we did with Route 4 driver Jamie and her passengers! Please share and tell us what you love about the bus!

Salt River Schools Bus Facts:

  • SRS buses serve 474 students from Head Start through high school
  • There are 4 routes, 5 drivers, and 4 on-board monitors to help with rowdy kiddos
  • Total years of bus-driving experience among Salt River Schools drivers: 65 years!
  • Drivers begin their work days at 6 a.m., take a 2.5-hour break for lunch, then end the day around 5:45 p.m. What troopers!

About 'Love the Bus'
Love the Bus began in 2007 and is held every February. It is a month-long celebration of the importance of the yellow school bus, with a particular focus on thanking school bus drivers for safely transporting 25 million children to and from school every day. Love the Bus events are held at schools, school bus facilities, and other locations across the country. The events raise awareness and appreciation for the experience of riding the bus to and from school, and recognize the diverse set of individuals whose daily efforts make the yellow school bus part of the fabric of American life.